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Old 12-12-2009, 05:43 PM #17
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You cant put a price on your eyes.

Lasers are like guns, it only take one shot. I made that mistake with a 20mW green laser, and now I have a blank spot in my right eye.
AHH thats bad.....was it a direct shot to the eye


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No, it bounced of a desk lamp. It was my own fault fooling around. Thankfully its small and at the top right. I didnt think a 20mW would be an issue, but I guess I was wrong.
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I'm sorry to hear that TJ. I guess it goes without saying that you learned a valuable lesson, too bad it was at the expense of your eyesight. My heart goes out to you my friend..................... rob
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No big deal really. I already have enough floaters that it just blends in with the rest. Thank you for the good words though.
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Default Re: Googles to use with my new lasers?

Are these good? Laser Glasses - UV to Green Lasers Protection 190-548nm :: Laser Safety :: Dragon Lasers No i don't mean if they'll block.. i know they'll block, but are these like good for blocking if i shine it purposely in towards my eyes will it block it.. kinda thing.. like someone who bought from them before.. and have these
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Are these good? Laser Glasses - UV to Green Lasers Protection 190-548nm :: Laser Safety :: Dragon Lasers No i don't mean if they'll block.. i know they'll block, but are these like good for blocking if i shine it purposely in towards my eyes will it block it.. kinda thing.. like someone who bought from them before.. and have these
Even with goggles on, you should never point a laser at you eyes. Those goggles will block UV IR violet blue and green wavelengths, but only if they are reflecting off an object, or whatever you use it for. But only the most high tech goggles will protect you from a direct hit to the eye. By protection it means filtering, and it filters quite alot, but it does not mean it filters COMPLETELY. When i shine a green laser into my 200nm-540nm goggles, the dot comes out very small and dim compared to its un-filtered counterpart. But that power-lessened dot can still do damage.
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Why would you do that anyway ?!?!?.................. rob
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Laser lighter..right?

All goggles are made to delay a direct hit from hitting your eyes, not stop them. Who knows how long uncertified goggles delay, so you are rolling the dice.
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I actually think the dragonlaser goggles are fine. I think only with higher powers you need certified goggles. 200mW is close, but uncertified goggles with a proper OD rating will do fine. Certified goggles are better, an EN207 rating says a lot but is expensive, and only needed if you're not sure of the goggles withstand a direct hit. A proper OD rating is always necessary.

The ML7 goggles are expensive and very dark, I'd recommend against them in this case, they're only usefull if you need multiple wavelength coverage for green AND red AND ir. For just green and IR are better goggles available.

Just check the pointer for IR and if present install an IR filter, this way you can buy cheap goggles, even for multiple people. If you can't check, just assume IR is coming out, they're cheap enough not to have a filter.
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dx 200mw power output usally is under 100mw. a normal protection googles is enough to deal with it.
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